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What provides JNDI service?

 
Steven Gao Song
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Hi, All

I have a question. It is said that a client program
would use JNDI to find a service on another machine.
Then, JNDI API should be provided in client-side, not server-side, right?
In other words, JDK1.3 should provide the JNDI, am I right?

Thanks a lot.
 
akilan irudaya raja
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Generally client should have j2ee.jar or weblogic.jar or any other jars
which should have EJB related classes.

jdk itself not enough
 
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